From Lee v. Lee, 413 S.W.2d 931 (Tex. Civ. App.--Fort Worth 1967, writ history unknown):
[Contestants of their father's will] each received a specific bequest of $10.00 under the terms of the will.
From John Hancock Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Dutton, 585 F.2d 1289 (5th Cir. 1978):
[T]he Sheleys left their home in Claxton, Georgia, to attend a motion picture theater. . . . On the return trip, Mr. Sheley stopped and bought some french fried potatoes for Mrs. Sheley. He became angry when Mrs. Sheley refused to eat them[.]
From Osbourn v. State, 92 S.W.3d 531 (Tex. Crim. App. 2002):
[Defendant] first denied that she had been smoking marihuana and claimed that the odor was cigarettes. After [the police officer] explained to [defendant] that cigarette smoke does not smell like marihuana smoke, [defendant] admitted that she and the driver had been smoking marihuana.
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It does not take an expert to identify the smell of marihuana smoke.
Just to help you through your day. (: